The Psychology Department of Gordon College, Wenham, MA (North Shore of Boston) invites applications for a one-year visiting faculty position beginning August 2014. Expertise may be in any area of psychology, but Social or Clinical especially desirable. PhD and teaching experience required. Responsibilities include teaching Research Methods and other areas of expertise, academic advising, and research involving undergraduates.
Gordon College is a selective Christian liberal arts college and part of the elite Annapolis group. To apply, send a cover letter, a CV with references, and sample publication to cathy dot thiele at gordon dot edu. Gordon College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Editor’s note: Thank-you to the faculty member of the Gordon College Psychology Department who brought this opening to my attention. I encourage members of the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) to share with friends to whom the position is a relevant opportunity. As additional positions are brought to my attention by members of ESN, I will most probably create a Job Opportunity page which will also include links to pertinent blog posts such as
- Advice to Those Who Would Be Christian Scholars by Nicholas Wolterstorff (Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology Emeritus at Yale University)
- Finding a Postdoc in the Sciences: Nailing the Interview by Kelly Seaton (Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University Human Vaccine Institute)
- What I Wish I’d Known about Faculty Life by Kevin Birth (Department of Anthropology at Queens College).
With regard to Finding a Postdoc in the Sciences: Nailing the Interview, did you know that it is currently our top post of the month and the year, second only to What’s the purpose of a university? for the history of the blog? Thank-you to those who have blessed their campus fellowship by sharing such valuable resources by email lists, Facebook walls, etc. If there are particular resources you desire for us to share, explore, and/or develop, please continue to let me know. Thank-you. To God be the glory! ~ Thomas B. Grosh IV
Revised: 4/28/2014, 11:51 AM.